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Miquel Parera Jaques (Barcelona 1978)
After a time in free improvisation with conventional instruments,
a job as producer was awakened interest in the sound as a matter
work unrelated to the rhythm and harmony.
Since then he has worked with computers researching ways to control
the sound generation process, so that the listener and the musician
may participate in the aesthetic experience of the attention focus in one point and detached from cultural and egocentric judgments.
For these compositions, I have focused, in addition
to minimize the time and events, in
constraining the frequencies, so that the sound
were rich in harmonics but concentrated in precise ranges.
All performances are livercode improvisations
with SuperCollider (and some Puredata).
Due to its semi-deterministic nature, the
reinterpretation of the recording function as
can give different results.
This audio is part of the collection: tecnoNucleo
It also belongs to collection: Netlabels
Artist/Composer: Miquel Parera Jaques
Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0
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